China, Mongolia pledge to deepen comprehensive strategic partnership

2018-04-11   Уншсан тоо: 525
Prime Minister of Mongolia U. Khurelsukh met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Boao, China, in Xi'an, China.During his official visit in China. 
The Prime Minister congratulated the Chinese President on his re-election and conveyed President Kh.Battulga’s greetings. The Prime Minister affirmed Mongolia’s foreign policy priority to nurture a mutually beneficial and friendly relationship with China, while noting the Government’s commitment to the strengthening and enrichment of Mongolia-China comprehensive strategic partnership with new impetus.

While reciprocating President Kh.Battulga’s greetings, President Xi Jinping reiterated China’s consistent respect of the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Mongolia and stressed that China attaches importance to its ties with Mongolia in line with its foreign policy principles.

The sides expressed their willingness to maintain a strong political trust and mutual respect for mutual respect and mutual respect. The two sides agreed to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries next year.

While acknowledging wide opportunities to boost bilateral trade and economic cooperation, the sides agreed on several actions to be taken to reach the goal to increase bilateral trade turnover to USD 10 billion by 2020 – intensify cooperation mechanisms, effectively utilize the channel of exchange through the Mongolia-China Expo, reduce non-tariff barriers in trade, activate cooperation in agriculture, tourism and industrial capacity and accelerate the progress of China-funded projects.

During the meeting, the sides exchanged views on regional cooperation and bilateral cooperation between Mongolia and Russia-China. The sides are pleased to note that the Korean Peninsula situation is changing, and the high-level dialogue between the two countries is actively promoting and strengthens the region's efforts to stabilize the Korean Peninsula from nuclear weapons.
The two sides agreed to further cooperate with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and to take part in a high-level meeting in Qingdao, China, and work on the future of China, Russia, and China during the event.